In 2011, YouTuber themanbatman combined scenes from The Machinist, The Dark Knight, Inception and more to make The Batman Complex, a fan trailer that depicts Bruce Wayne as a schizophrenic. Here’s his updated version of the trailer. It’s Moon Knight: The Movie.
“Tell me. Do you… have insurance?” HISHE finally gets around to slaughtering the travesty that is Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, from its infuriatingly stupid titular heroes to the totally avoidable ending. The real question here is why the movie even began production.
Gumball 3000 vets Team Galag hired Caresto to turn a Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560 into the TGX, an amazing real life version of the Batmobile from Batman: Arkham Knight. Its body is made of carbon fiber panels and it’s actually comfortable and easy to drive.
An animated adaptation of one of the darkest Batman graphic novels ever made, The Killing Joke looks at the origin story of The Joker and the “one bad day” that started him down his path of insanity. Stars Kevin Conroy as Batman and Mark Hamill as The Joker.
A behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming animated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s comic book Batman: The Killing Joke. Kevin Conroy, Tara Strong and Mark Hamill return as Batman, Batgirl and the Joker respectively. The movie drops Summer 2016.
Mr. Sunday Movies summarizes the nixed screenplay from 2002 for a movie called Asylum, where Batman and Superman also fight but of course end up being bros by the end. It’s as dumb as comic book movies go, but at least we got Sean Willets’ funny fistfight drawings.
Given the complete dearth of humor in Batman v Superman, we’re really looking forward to this spiritual sequel to The LEGO Movie, focused on Will Arnett’s hilariously pompous version of The Dark Knight. Looks like we’ll get a bit of LEGO Justice League too.
Given the fact that Superman could destroy a universe with a sneeze, we’re unconvinced that Batman has a chance in hell in a fight. Even with the oddball Portland, Oregon versions of these superheroes doing battle, it’s clear who’s possesses the real power.
Burger Fiction takes an extensive look at the way that Batman has been portrayed in the movies, cartoons, and TV series over the last 70+ years. It’s amazing how a single character has been interpreted so many different ways, yet continues to have such universal appeal.
There have been numerous trailers and teasers for Batman v Superman, but most of them focus in on a small part of the film. This special trailer that was produced for Turkish Airlines is more cohesive, and has some bonus shots of the yummy Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.